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The tradition of Chekhov 's images in Xia Yan 's plays

Li Syan

PhD in Philology

Postgraduate student, Department of History of Russian Literature, Moscow State University

119991, Russia, Moskovskaya Oblast' oblast', g. Moscow, ul. Leninskie Gory, 1

lisaxiang2021@yandex.ru
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DOI:

10.25136/2409-8698.2022.7.38128

Review date:

17-05-2022


Publish date:

24-05-2022


Abstract: In his dramaturgical works, Chekhov expresses reflections on social reality, national spirit and human destiny in a more significant historical framework. Chekhov's drama play an important role in the development of modern Chinese drama. Chekhov's dramaturgical masterpieces occupy an integral place in the creation of modern Chinese playwrights. This article examines the Chekhov tradition in the dramaturgical works of the modern Chinese playwright Xia Yan. The subject of the study is the embodiment of typical images of Chekhov's drama and the reflection of the tradition of Chekhov's dramaturgy in the plays of Xia Yan. The main methods used by the author are descriptive, analytical and comparative methods. The novelty of the work lies in the fact that this article for the first time gives a detailed analysis of the metamorphosis of images from Chekhov's plays in the dramas of the famous Chinese playwright Xia Yan, as well as the reflection of the tradition of Chekhov's "Cherry Orchard" in Xia Yan's play "Under the Roofs of Shanghai". In the dramatic works of Chekhov and Xia Yan, characters are more likely to meet suffering with a smile, resolve suffering with a heart full of pain, overcome suffering and endow readers with a comic spirit so that they are optimistic about life.


Keywords: Cherry Orchard, Astrov, Ivanov, Vershinin, images, reception, Xia Yan, Chekhov, dramaturgy, Under the roofs of Shanghai
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